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FPlus Management Chair (Low Back)
  • Eames Aluminum Management Chair
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FPlus Management Chair (Low Back)

Aniline ($ 612.00)

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The Eames Management Chair created by Charles and Ray Eames. Is a symbol of office furniture, it was initially dispatched as outside seating for the home of J Irwin Miller. Moving ceaselessly structure the Eames’s’ shell types of the 1940s, the creators joined a recently reasonable Aluminum outline with a sling seat that unobtrusively adjusts to the body’s shape. This is a high quality replica from the original piece. The Eames Management Chair ( low back ) swivels for easy entry and exit and has a wide seat for leisurely, ergonomic sitting.

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Product Material: • Die-cast aluminum frame
Product Dimensions: • Width: 22.6″ x Depth: 23.6″ x Height: 32.6cm • Seat Height: 17.7″
Charles and Ray Eames 2 Charles and Ray EamesCharles Ormond Eames, Jr (1907–1978) briefly studied architecture at Washington University in St. Louis on an architecture scholarship. After two years of study, he left the university. Many sources claim that he was dismissed for his advocacy of Frank Lloyd Wright and his interest in modern architects. The university reportedly dropped him because of his "too modern" views.Other sources, less frequently cited, note that while a student, Charles Eames also was employed as an architect at the firm of True blood and Graf. The demands on his time from this employment and from his classes led to sleep-deprivation and diminished performance at the university. Ray Bernice Alexandra Eames, née Kaiser (December 15 1912 – August 21 1988) Ray-Ray was the nickname given to Bernice Alexandra Kaiser by her family. Beyond that, little is known of her childhood in Sacramento, although Ray’s artistic talent was evidently recognized early on. After high school she left California with her widowed mother for New York City, where she studied with the German Abstract Expressionist Hans Hofmann and exhibited her paintings. After her mother’s death, Ray left New York for further training at the Art Academy in Cranbrook, Michigan, where Charles Eames was one of her teachers and mentors. After divorcing his first wife, Charles married Ray in 1941 in Chicago. The couple left immediately for Southern California, where they opened a design office. In the 1950s, the Eameses continued their work in architecture and modern furniture design. As with their earlier molded plywood work, the Eameses pioneered technologies, such as fiberglass furniture, plastic resin chairs, and the wire mesh chairs designed for Herman Miller. From the beginning, the Eames furniture has usually been listed as by Charles Eames. In the 1948 and 1952 Herman Miller bound catalogs, only Charles' name is listed, but it has become clear that Ray was deeply involved and was an equal partner with her husband in many projects. The Eames fabrics were mostly designed by Ray, as were the Time-Life Stools. In 1979, the Royal Institute of British Architects awarded Charles and Ray with the Royal Gold Metal At the time of Charles' death they were working on what became their last production, the Eames Sofa, which went into production in 1984. Charles Eames died of a heart attack on August 21, 1978 while on a consulting trip in his native Saint Louis, an was buried in the Calvary Cemetery there. Ray Eames died in Los Angeles in 1988, ten years to the day after Charles. She is buried next to him.


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